African Safari Tours for 2018

Susan Drew, owner of Sangha Tours since 1989, is leading another deluxe, group safari tour this summer. The main 10-day tour is for Kenya's Great Migration, when over a million wildebeest migrate into the Maasai Mara. From Mt. Kenya to Mt. Kilimanjaro participants will see many birds and animals plus the Maasai, Samburu and Kikuyu people. “Expect to see lion, cheetah, leopard, rhino, hippo, elephant, zebra, giraffe and a lot more,” says Drew. “Think about an add-on trip to Tanzania's amazing Ngorongoro Crater afterwards, plus another trip to track Uganda's mountain gorillas. Also consider coming early to Botswana-Zimbabwe - Africa's new “it” place. This luxury pre-tour includes tented camps in Okavango Delta and Hwange National Park. Then there's a great lodge overlooking Chobe River (famed for its elephants) and another one near Zimbabwe's Victoria Falls.”

Participants can sign up for one or more individual tours or inquire about any custom-designed trips.

For information, bookings and to be on the mailing list, call Susan Drew at 772-567-6202, email or visit PP Double: Botswana-Zimbabwe: July 23-30 ($5690), Kenya: July 30-August 9 ($3990), Tanzania: August 9-12 ($1870), Uganda: August 12-16 ($2440). Single rooms available. Air extra.

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